Olympic National Park is on Washington's Olympic Peninsula in the Pacific Northwest. The park sprawls across several different ecosystems, from the dramatic peaks of the Olympic Mountains to old-growth forests. The summit of glacier-clad Mt. Olympus is popular with climbers, and hiking and backpacking trails cut through the park's rainforests and along its Pacific coastline. Towering conifers, lush rainforests, alpine meadows and a rugged coastline, Olympic National Park is unlike any other national park. With four distinct ecosystems, there are tons of activities to keep the whole family happy. Kids will have a ball with the activities available, such as earning their Ocean Steward Badges, discover sea stars at Kalaloch Beach, take in the serenity on Hurricane Ridge or explore the town which inspired the Twilight series!